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Into the Mind of Lucifer -- Write Stuff -- 12/1/2020

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Have you ever wondered how evil began? Or why God gave angels the free will to reject Him? This prequel to the Angelic Wars series, Into the Mind of Lucifer, is a small window into Rick E. Norris's creation of interactive musical novels where characters sing when the reader activates a link. Into the Mind of Lucifer is the fantasy background story of why Lucifer rebelled against God. This prequel is the start of the epic story of the internal struggles and external battles among the angels for the control of Heaven. This introduction, like the series, is unlike any other action-adventure fantasy because its setting is mostly in Heaven and guided by footnoted Biblical passages. Though the story is a fantasy, the author uses the Bible as a guide for some of the settings, characters and dialogue.

Lucifer, the most revered of all angels in Heaven, is sent on the first mission to earth—to serve God's pinnacle of creation, humankind. He is the first angel to travel into the material world and the first to realize that God has been “holding back” against his angels—the power of a free will. While on earth, Lucifer is frustrated while waiting for this pinnacle of creation to materialize. His frustration boils into rage as he learns that not only can he use his free will to control his destiny, but he can also use it to alter God's creations. This prequel sets the stage for Lucifer's journey back to Heaven where he raises an army against God and his Kingdom.

Listen as I chat with my guest Rick Norris about his free download prequel of his new series on Tuesday, December 1st at 7 pm Eastern time. Listen at 646-668-8485. Download Stitcher on your mobile device. Follow us on iTunes. Add PJC Media to your iHeart and Spotify. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/s/11856357

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